|Mercury life support systems - Johnston, R. S|
No Abstract Available
Keywords: CARBON DIOXIDE; LIFE SUPPORT SYSTEMS
|The space environment in biological perspective - Haymaker, W|
Life support in space environment
Keywords: AEROSPACE ENVIRONMENTS; BIOASTRONAUTICS; EXOBIOLOGY; LIFE SUPPORT SYSTEMS; LIFE SUPPORT SYSTEM; SPACE ENVIRONMENT
|CAMPING IN SPACE - JSC|
Educational program explaining life support systems to elementary school aged children. Program features Lunar-Mars Life Support Test Project (LMLSTP) Phase 2 crewmembers: Doug Ming, John Lewis, Pat ORear, and Katy Hurlbert.
Keywords: elementary school; life support systems; moon; Mars; JSC; NASA
|Jazzam Live at The Northern Lights on 2007-02-12 - Jazzam|
1. No Reason 2. High Times 3. Funk #2 w/ Liz Berlin 4. The Roof
Keywords: Jazz Jam Funk Jazzam Creative Life Support Records Ron Jiley
|Physiological and hygienic evaluation of the life support systems used on vostok and voskhod spacecraft (fiziologo- gigienicheskaya otsenka sistem zhiznennogo obespecheniya kosmicheskikh korabley ''vostok ivoskhod'') - Fomin, A. G.|
Life support system for Vostok and Voskhod manned spacecraft
Keywords: CARBON DIOXIDE; FOOD; LIFE SUPPORT SYSTEMS; PHYSIOLOGY; VOSKHOD MANNED SPACECRAFT; VOSTOK SPACECRAFT; LIFE SUPPORT SYSTEM; VOSKHOD MANNED SPACECRAFT; VOSTOK SPACECRAFT
|On electrokinetic phenomena at biological surfaces with special consideration of the red blood cells - Varga, A|
Determination of electrical charge and field strength at cell membrane of human erythrocytes
Keywords: LIFE SUPPORT SYSTEMS; METABOLISM; OXYGEN CONSUMPTION; RESPIRATION; SIMULATORS; BREATHING APPARATUS; LIFE SUPPORT SYSTEMS; SYSTEMS ENGINEERING; TEMPERATURE CONTROL
|Theoretical problems of constructing artificial ecological systems (nekotoryye teoreticheskiye voprosy postroyeniya iskusstvennykh ekologicheskikh sistem) - Fokht, A. S.|
Closed ecological systems for supporting life during prolonged space flights - construction problems
Keywords: BIOTECHNOLOGY; SPACE FLIGHT; CLOSED ECOLOGICAL SYSTEMS; CONSTRUCTION; ECOSYSTEMS; LIFE SUPPORT SYSTEMS; SPACE FLIGHT; BIOTECHNOLOGY; CLOSED ECOLOGICAL SYSTEM; LIFE SUPPORT SYSTEM
|BIOASTRONAUTICS - Gerathewohl, S. J.|
Bioastronautics - space environment, human performance
Keywords: AEROSPACE ENVIRONMENTS; PHYSIOLOGY; SPACE ENVIRONMENT; ASTRONAUTICS; BIOASTRONAUTICS; HUMAN PERFORMANCE; LIFE SUPPORT SYSTEMS; PHYSIOLOGY; BIOASTRONAUTICS; HUMAN PERFORMANCE; LIFE SUPPORT SYSTEM
|The transformation of human metabolic products and products of a biological complex during the recirculation of substances in small, closed spaces - Agre, A. L.|
Transformation of products of human metabolism and biological complex during recirculation of substances in life support system
Keywords: CIRCULATION; FOOD; LIFE SUPPORT SYSTEMS; METABOLIC WASTES; METABOLISM; WASTE UTILIZATION; LIFE SUPPORT SYSTEM; METABOLIC WASTE; WASTE UTILIZATION
|Certain results of physiological and ecologi- cal investigations of the chlorella culture as a link in a closed ecological system (nekotoryye itogi fiziologo-ekologicheskogo issledovaniya kul'tury khlorelly kak zvena zakrytoy ekologicheskoy sistemy) - Shepelev, Ye. YA|
Physiological and ecological investigations of Chlorella as photosynthesis link in closed ecological system
Keywords: CHLORELLA; LIFE SUPPORT SYSTEM; PHOTOSYNTHESIS; CLOSED ECOLOGICAL SYSTEMS; CULTURE TECHNIQUES; LIFE SUPPORT SYSTEMS; PHOTOSYNTHESIS; PHYSIOLOGY; CHLORELLA; CLOSED ECOLOGICAL SYSTEM; CULTURE /BIOL/
|Hydrogen and Ferric Iron in Mars Materials - Dyar, Melinda D|
Knowledge of oxygen and hydrogen fugacity is of paramount importance in constraining phase equilibria and crystallization processes of melts, as well as understanding the partitioning of elements between the cope and silicate portions of terrestrial planets. H and Fe(3) must both be analyzed in order to reconstruct hydrogen and oxygen fugacities on Mars. To date, SIMS data have elucidated D/H and H contents of hydrous phases in SNC meteorites, but until now anhydrous martian minerals have not be...
Keywords: BIBLIOGRAPHIES; EXTRAVEHICULAR MOBILITY UNITS; ONBOARD EQUIPMENT; EMERGENCY LIFE SUSTAINING SYSTEMS; PORTABLE LIFE SUPPORT SYSTEMS; RECYCLING; LIFE SUPPORT SYSTEMS; OXYGEN; WATER; CARBON DIOXIDE; FEEDBACK CONTROL; SPACE EXPLORATION; AEROSPACE ENVIRONMENTS
|Manned space flight capabilities, appendix A - Hammersmith, J.|
Systems descriptions for manned space stations
Keywords: EXTRAVEHICULAR ACTIVITY; LIFE SUPPORT SYSTEMS; SPACECRAFT RECOVERY; CARBON DIOXIDE; ELECTROLYSIS; MONITORS
|Jazzam Live at Webster Theatre on 2007-02-13 - Jazzam|
01 Early This Morning 02 No Reason 03 High Times 04 Bafungool #5 05 Funk #2 w/Liz Berlin 06 The Roof
Keywords: Jazzam Jazz Jam Funk Webster Theatre Creative Life Support Records Ron Jiley
|Filter measurements of chemical composition during the airborne Antarctic ozone experiment - Grandrud, B. W.|
During the Airborne Antarctic Ozone Experiment campaign, a filter sampler was flown to measure the bulk composition of aerosol and gas phases. The background sulfate aerosol was measured in regions inside and outside of the chemically perturbed region (CPR) of the polar vortex. The mass ratio of sulfate outside to inside was 2.8. This is indicative of a cleansing mechanism effecting the CPR or of a different air mass inside versus outside...
Keywords: LUNAR EXPLORATION; SPACE COMMERCIALIZATION; SPACE HABITATS; TECHNOLOGY ASSESSMENT; BIOTECHNOLOGY; LIFE SUPPORT SYSTEMS; MATERIALS RECOVERY; MINING; ROBOTICS
|Mutational and physiologic responses of Habrobracon in Biosatellite 2 - Vonborstel, R. C.|
Results of three experiments involving the parasitic wasp, Habrobracon, are reported, one in orbital flight, and two in tests on the earth after the flight. Five packages, each containing four modules to hold the wasps, were used for the experiments. The modules were secured on each package to face the radiation source. Most Habrobracon were exposed to five different exposures of radiation during the flight...
Keywords: INTERPLANETARY SPACECRAFT; LIFE SUPPORT SYSTEMS; SPACE STATIONS; INTERPLANETARY FLIGHT; OXYGEN SUPPLY EQUIPMENT; WATER RECLAMATION
|Enhancements to and Applications with the ''Unified'' Long-Term PSC Database - Fromm, Michael|
This report summaries the project team's activity during the period 1 January - 31 March 2004. It consists of a project plan, which was completed during this period and an indication of the completion status of each phase of the project. The intention of the investigative team is to closely follow the statement of work documented in our proposal. For this reason, the proposal may be referenced in this and upcoming status reports...
Keywords: SPACE SUITS; PORTABLE LIFE SUPPORT SYSTEMS; COMPUTER AIDED DESIGN; ASTRONAUTS; DRAWINGS; FABRICS; RADIATION PROTECTION; RADIATION SHIELDING
|THE 322 DAYS IN THE SEA OF RAINS - BESSONOV, A|
THE OPERATION AND ACCOMPLISHMENTS OF THE LUNOKHOD 1 LUNAR ROVER VEHICLE ARE DISCUSSED. THE LUNAR ROVER OPERATED FOR A PERIOD OF TEN AND A HALF MONTHS IN THE LUNAR GEOGRAPHICAL AREA CALLED THE SEA OF RAINS. THE COMMUNICATIONS CONTACTS, INSTRUMENT OPERATION, DATA ACQUISITION, DATA TRANSMISSION, AND THE OBJECTIVES OF THE SCIENTIFIC PROGRAM ARE DESCRIBED. SAMPLES OF SOME OF THE DATA OBTAINED DURING THE OPERATION OF LUNOKHOD 1 ARE INCLUDED.
Keywords: ATMOSPHERES; FIRE PREVENTION; PERFLUORO COMPOUNDS; CONFERENCES; LIFE SUPPORT SYSTEMS; SPACE SIMULATORS
|Effects of water boiler venting on the Apollo 6 mission - Osburn, R. K|
No Abstract Available
Keywords: CARBON DIOXIDE; DECARBONATION; OXYGEN PRODUCTION; CHEMICAL REACTORS; ENERGY CONSUMPTION; HEAT EXCHANGERS; LIFE SUPPORT SYSTEMS; PRODUCT DEVELOPMENT
|Memory device for two-dimensional radiant energy array computers - Schaefer, D. H|
A memory device for two dimensional radiant energy array computers was developed, in which the memory device stores digital information in an input array of radiant energy digital signals that are characterized by ordered rows and columns. The memory device contains a radiant energy logic storing device having a pair of input surface locations for receiving a pair of separate radiant energy digital signal arrays and an output surface location adapted to transmit a radiant energy digital signal a...
Keywords: LIFE SCIENCES; MISSION PLANNING; SPACELAB; EXPERIMENT DESIGN; LIFE SUPPORT SYSTEMS; SPACE SHUTTLES; WEIGHTLESSNESS
|Apollo monthly progress report, 16 August 15 September 1963 - NON|
No Abstract Available
Keywords: APOLLO PROJECT; LIFE SUPPORT SYSTEMS; SPACECRAFT ENVIRONMENTS; HUMAN FACTORS ENGINEERING; SPACECREWS; SYSTEMS ENGINEERING
|CALCULATION OF THE DIRECTION OF MAGNETIC MOVEMENTS OF THE ESRO 1 SATELLITE - NON|
THE DIRECTION OF THE MAGNETIC MOMENT OF THE TWO PERMANENT MAGNETS IN THE ESRO-1 SATELLITE WAS DETERMINED BASED ON MEASUREMENTS OF THE THREE COMPONENTS OF THE MAGNETIC FIELD AT VARIOUS POINTS.
Keywords: EXOBIOLOGY; LIFE SUPPORT SYSTEMS; AEROSPACE ENVIRONMENTS; CLOSED ECOLOGICAL SYSTEMS; ENVIRONMENTAL ENGINEERING
|DISPOSAL OF THE RADIOACTIVE WASTES AT TRISAIA NUCLEAR RESEARCH CENTER - MARZOCCHI, A.|
THE METHOD OF CLASSIFICATION, COLLECTION, AND TREATMENT OF SOLID AND LIQUID WASTES PRODUCED AT THE TRISAIA NUCLEAR RESEARCH CENTER IS DISCUSSED. THE PROBLEM CAUSED BY THE POSSIBLE MIGRATION OF RADIONUCLIDES DUE TO THE CHRONIC OR ACCIDENTAL LOSS EITHER FROM THE PITS FOR SOLID WASTES OR FROM LIQUID CONTAINERS IN THE SEA IS EXAMINED IN DETAIL.
Keywords: WATER MANAGEMENT; WATER RECLAMATION; ION EXCHANGE RESINS; LIFE SUPPORT SYSTEMS; OSMOSIS
|A Photographic Profile Recorder for Airscrews and Wing Models - Kuhl, R.|
This report describes an apparatus enabling measurements of bodies to be made photographically, where other methods would be difficult. It is especially useful in the case of airscrews and wing models. The utility of the machine is shown by a few examples of profile records.
Keywords: MATHEMATICAL MODELS; NUTRITIONAL REQUIREMENTS; SPACE MISSIONS; SPACECREWS; LIFE SUPPORT SYSTEMS; CONSUMABLES (SPACECRAFT); FARM CROPS; QUALITY; MORALE
|Computational Investigation of Flap-Edges - Cummings, Russell M|
The current study expands the application of computational fluid dynamics to three-dimensional multi-element high-lift systems by investigating the flow dynamics created by a slat edge. Flow is computed over a three-element high-lift configuration using an incompressible Navier-Stokes solver with structured, overset grids processed assuming full turbulence with the one-equation Baldwin-Barth turbulence model...
Keywords: HYDROPONICS; DRYING; COUNTING; BACTERIA; WHEAT; PLANTS (BOTANY); MICROORGANISMS; RHIZOPUS; LIFE SUPPORT SYSTEMS; CROP GROWTH; PHYSIOLOGY
|Proton tissue dose for the blood forming organ in human geometry: Isotropic radiation - Khandelwal, G. S.|
A computer program is described which calculates doses averaged within five major segments of the blood forming organ in the human body taking into account selfshielding of the detailed body geometry and nuclear star effects for proton radiation of arbitrary energy spectrum (energy less than 1 GeV) and isotropic angular distribution. The dose calculation includes the first term of an asymptotic series expansion of transport theory which is known to converge rapidly for most points in the human b...
Keywords: EXTRAVEHICULAR ACTIVITY; REMOTE HANDLING; SPACE SHUTTLES; LIFE SUPPORT SYSTEMS; MANIPULATORS; PAYLOADS; SPACE MAINTENANCE; SPACE MISSIONS
|DETERMINATION OF THE OPTIMUM COMPOSITION AND PROGRAM OF TRAJECTORY MEASUREMENTS - KOZLOV, N. N|
THE PROBLEM OF SELECTING THE EFFECTIVE COMPOSITION AND PROGRAM OF TRAJECTORY MEASUREMENTS, WHOSE ERRORS ARE RANDOM AND INDEPENDENT, IS DISCUSSED. THE CONCEPT OF THE DENSITY OF MEASUREMENTS OF A HOMOGENEOUS COMPOSITION (CONTROL) IS INTRODUCED, AND THE CORRESPONDING VARIATIONAL PROBLEMS ARE FORMULATED. A PROOF IS PRESENTED FOR THE THEOREM OF A NONSINGULAR SOLUTION IN THESE PROBLEMS, WHEN THERE ARE LIMITATIONS ON THE DENSITY AND THE TOTAL NUMBER OF MEASUREMENTS...
Keywords: BIOCONTROL SYSTEMS; CLOSED ECOLOGICAL SYSTEMS; LIFE SUPPORT SYSTEMS; SPACE FLIGHT; BIOENGINEERING; FOOD; OXYGEN PRODUCTION; REGENERATION; WATER
|STEREO Mission Design Implementation - Guzman, Jose J.|
STEREO (Solar-TErrestrial RElations Observatory) is the third mission in the Solar Terrestrial Probes program (STP) of the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) Science Mission Directorate Sun-Earth Connection theme. This paper describes the successful implementation (lunar swingby targeting) of the mission following the first phasing orbit to deployment into the heliocentric mission orbits following the two lunar swingbys...
Keywords: ELECTRIC BATTERIES; LITHIUM; METAL IONS; PORTABLE LIFE SUPPORT SYSTEMS; ELECTROCHEMISTRY; FIELD TESTS; SPACE SUITS; SIMULATORS; PROTECTION
|Alumina-Reinforced Zirconia Composites - Choi, Sung R.|
Alumina-reinforced zirconia composites, used as electrolyte materials for solid oxide fuel cells, were fabricated by hot pressing 10 mol percent yttria-stabilized zirconia (10-YSZ) reinforced with two different forms of alumina particulates and platelets each containing 0 to 30 mol percent alumina. Major mechanical and physical properties of both particulate and platelet composites including flexure strength, fracture toughness, slow crack growth, elastic modulus, density, Vickers microhardness,...
Keywords: AEROSPACE MEDICINE; BIOASTRONAUTICS; FLIGHT FATIGUE; SPACECRAFT ENVIRONMENTS; WEIGHTLESSNESS; INTRAVEHICULAR ACTIVITY; LIFE SUPPORT SYSTEMS; ASTRONAUT PERFORMANCE
|A wind tunnel investigation of circular and straked cylinders in transonic cross flow - Macha, J|
Pressure distributions around circular and circular/strake cylinders were measured in a wind tunnel at Mach numbers from 0.6 to 1.2 with Reynolds number independently variable from 10,000 to 100,000. The local pressures are integrated over the cylinder surface to determine the variation of drag coefficient with both Mach number and Reynolds number. Effects of tunnel blockage are evaluated by comparing results from circular cylinders of various diameters at common Mach and Reynolds number conditi...
Keywords: AEROSPACE ENGINEERING; AEROSPACE SCIENCES; LIFE SUPPORT SYSTEMS; ASTRONAUTICS; TECHNOLOGICAL FORECASTING; U.S.S.R
|Characteristics of a Blunt Half-Cone Entry Configuration at Mach Numbers from 10.9 to 21.2 in Helium - Mcdevitt, J. B.|
No Abstract Available
Keywords: MANAGEMENT PLANNING; PAYLOADS; SPACE SHUTTLES; ENVIRONMENTAL CONTROL; LIFE SUPPORT SYSTEMS; PROJECT PLANNING; SPACE SHUTTLE ORBITERS
|Precision multiband viewer study - Libby, J.|
No Abstract Available
Keywords: APOLLO 15 FLIGHT; LUNAR MOBILE LABORATORIES; MISSION PLANNING; EXPERIMENTATION; LIFE SUPPORT SYSTEMS; LUNAR EXPLORATION
|IC Datasheet: NE558|
IC Datasheet: NE558
Keywords: trigger; vcc; voltage; output; timing; semiconductor; fairchild; dimensions; reset; current; life support; supply voltage; fairchild semiconductor
|High Resolution Spectroscopic Database for the NASA Earth Observing System Program - Rothman, Laurenc|
The purpose of this project has been to develop and enhance the HITRAN molecular spectroscopic database and associated software to support the observational programs of the Earth Observing System (EOS). Emphasis has been on the EOS projects: the Atmospheric Infrared Sounder (AIRS), the High-Resolution Dynamics Limb Sounder (HIRDLS), Measurements of Pollution in the Troposphere (MOPITT), the Tropospheric Emission Spectrometer (TES), and the Stratospheric Aerosol and Gas Experiment (SAGE III)...
Keywords: BIBLIOGRAPHIES; AEROSPACE MEDICINE; DIAGNOSIS; BIOTELEMETRY; BIOTECHNOLOGY; BIOINSTRUMENTATION; ASTRONAUTS; MICROGRAVITY; LIFE SUPPORT SYSTEMS
|Velocity Vector Analysis of a Juncture Flow Using a Three-Component Laser Velocimeter - Meyers, James F.|
A specialized single-axis, five-beam three-component laser velocimeter was constructed and used to study the flow field in a juncture. The juncture was defined by a blunt leading, edged vertical splitter plate and a sharp leading edged horizontal plate. The investigations were conducted in the Low Turbulence Pressure Tunnel at a Mach number of 0.1 and a Reynolds number of 2.2 x 10(exp 6) per meter over the model...
Keywords: BIBLIOGRAPHIES; EXTRAVEHICULAR ACTIVITY; SPACE SUITS; ASTRONAUT MANEUVERING EQUIPMENT; LIFE SUPPORT SYSTEMS; GLOVES; BIODYNAMICS; SELF MANEUVERING UNITS
|Reynolds Number Effects on a Supersonic Transport at Subsonic High-Lift Conditions (Invited) - Owens, L.R.|
A High Speed Civil Transport configuration was tested in the National Transonic Facility at the NASA Langley Research Center as part of NASA's High Speed Research Program. The primary purposes of the tests were to assess Reynolds number scale effects and high Reynolds number aerodynamic characteristics of a realistic, second generation supersonic transport while providing data for the assessment of computational methods...
Keywords: AEROSPACE MEDICINE; LIFE SCIENCES; LIFE SUPPORT SYSTEMS; MAN MACHINE SYSTEMS; BIBLIOGRAPHIES; DATA BASES
|On the relationship between molecular structure of polyvinyl chloride and its thermal decomposition product - Ishikawa, T.|
Relationship between molecular structure of polyvinyl chloride and thermal decomposition product
Keywords: CIRCULATION; OXYGEN MASKS; SAFETY DEVICES; ALKALIES; CHLORATES; LIFE SUPPORT SYSTEMS; PEROXIDES
|Toxic gaseous substances liberated from urine during storage - Kustov, V. V., et al|
Atmospheric pollution of pressurized spacecraft cabins by toxic gases from fresh urine and urine preserved in closed containers
Keywords: METABOLIC WASTES; POTABLE WATER; SPACE FLIGHT FEEDING; WASTE UTILIZATION; CHEMICAL COMPOSITION; LIFE SUPPORT SYSTEMS; PURITY
|Bibliography on Aerospace Medicine and Bioastronautics, 1967 - Boreva, L. I.|
Annotated bibliography on Aerospace Medicine and Bioastronautics
Keywords: AEROSPACE MEDICINE; BIOASTRONAUTICS; EXOBIOLOGY; LIFE SUPPORT SYSTEMS; PHYSIOLOGICAL EFFECTS; RADIATION EFFECTS; SPACECRAFT ENVIRONMENTS
|Optical studies of meteors at Mount Hopkins Observatory - Weekes, T. C.|
The 10-m optical reflector and an array of phototubes are used to extend the optical measurements beyond the present limit achieved by the Vidicon system. The first detection of optical meteors with M sub v = 12 is reported. It is hoped that this system can be used to determine intermediate points in the meteor frequency mass curve for sporadic meteors and to study in detail the faint components of meteor showers...
Keywords: HYDRAZINES; NITROGEN; SPACECRAFT ENVIRONMENTS; CABIN ATMOSPHERES; ENVIRONMENTAL ENGINEERING; LIFE SUPPORT SYSTEMS; OXYGEN
|Context-Aware Intelligent Assistant Approach to Improving Pilot's Situational Awareness - Spirkovska, Lilly|
Faulty decision making due to inaccurate or incomplete awareness of the situation tends to be the prevailing cause of fatal general aviation accidents. Of these accidents, loss of weather situational awareness accounts for the largest number of fatalities. We describe a method for improving weather situational awareness through the support of a contextaware,domain and task knowledgeable, personalized and adaptive assistant...
Keywords: LIFE SUPPORT SYSTEMS; MASS; MISSION PLANNING; MANNED SPACE FLIGHT; SPACE MISSIONS
|On The Bimodality of ENSO Cycle Extremes - Wilson, Robert M|
On the basis of sea surface temperature in the El Nino 3.4 region (5N.-5S., 120-170W.) during the interval of 1950-1997, Kevin Trenberth previously has identified some 16 El Nino and 10 La Nina, these 26 events representing the extremes of the quasi-periodic El Nino-Southern Oscillation (ENSO) cycle. Runs testing shows that the duration, recurrence period, and sequencing of these extremes vary randomly...
Keywords: AEROSPACE MEDICINE; ORGANISMS; EXOBIOLOGY; LIFE SUPPORT SYSTEMS; PHYSIOLOGICAL EFFECTS; INTERPLANETARY SPACE; TOXICOLOGY; SAFETY; BIBLIOGRAPHIES; DATA BASES
|Cryogenic Transfer Line Chilldown - VanDresar, Neil T.|
The transient behavior of a small scale cryogenic transfer line was investigated during chilldown to cryogenic temperatures. The vacuum-jacketed apparatus consisted of a vertical tube followed by a near horizontal tube. The apparatus was equipped with view ports in the near horizontal section to allow visual observation of the flow patterns. Wall temperatures were measured at various locations along the length of the transfer line...
Keywords: LIFE SUPPORT SYSTEMS; WEIGHT (MASS); SPACE MISSIONS; SYSTEMS INTEGRATION; COSTS; HARDWARE; TECHNOLOGY UTILIZATION
|Apollo: Aerodynamics - NON|
No Abstract Available
Keywords: APOLLO PROJECT; SPACECRAFT DESIGN; GROUND SUPPORT SYSTEMS; LIFE SUPPORT SYSTEMS; PROPULSION SYSTEM PERFORMANCE; SPACECRAFT INSTRUMENTS; TELECOMMUNICATION
|Structural and Machine Design Using Piezoceramic Materials: A Guide for Structural Design Engineers - Inman, Daniel J.|
Using piezoceramic materials is one way the design engineer can create structures which have an ability to both sense and respond to their environment. Piezoceramic materials can be used to create structural sensors and structural actuators. Because piezoceramic materials have transduction as a material property, their sensing or actuation functions are a result of what happens to the material. This is different than discrete devices we might attach to the structure...
Keywords: AEROSPACE MEDICINE; SAFETY; EXOBIOLOGY; LIFE SUPPORT SYSTEMS; PHYSIOLOGICAL EFFECTS; PHARMACOLOGY; BIBLIOGRAPHIES; TOXICOLOGY; INTERPLANETARY SPACE; ORGANISMS
|national :: appNotes :: AN-0715|
From the bitsavers.org collection, a scanned-in computer-related document.national :: appNotes :: AN-0715
Keywords: semiconductor; national; circuit; feedback; voltages; optocoupler; support; devices; circuitry; compensates; national semiconductor; life support
|The 5-kwe reactor thermoelectric system summary - NON|
Design of the 5-kwe reactor thermoelectric system was initiated in February 1972 and extended through the conceptual design phase into the preliminary design phase. Design effort was terminated in January, 1973. This report documents the system and component requirements, design approaches, and performance and design characteristics for the 5-kwe system. Included is summary information on the reactor, radiation shields, power conversion systems, thermoelectric pump, radiator/structure, liquid me...
Keywords: BIOENGINEERING; LIFE SUPPORT SYSTEMS; BIONICS; HUMAN FACTORS ENGINEERING; PHOTOSYNTHESIS; SPACE FLIGHT FEEDING
|SPACE RESEARCH IN THE UKRAINE. NO. 4: SPACE BIOLOGY AND MEDICINE - SIROTININ, N. N|
THE PRINCIPAL EXTREMAL EFFECTS ARE DISCUSSED TO WHICH ASTRONAUTS MAY BE SUBJECTED DURING SPACE FLIGHT: DEPRESSURIZATION AND DECOMPRESSION (AMOUNTING IN THE MAIN TO ANOXIA), GRAVITATION AND WEIGHTLESSNESS, AND HYPOKINESIA AND KINETOSIS. THE PROPHYLAXIS AND THERAPY OF THESE CONDITIONS ARE INDICATED. ALSO DESCRIBED ARE HOW TO PROVIDE ASTRONAUTS WITH WATER THAT IS REGENERATED AND PRESERVED UNDER SPACECRAFT CONDITIONS AND HOW TO CULTIVATE ALGAE THAT CAN SERVE AS A SOURCE OF OXYGEN AND FOOD.
Keywords: BIOS PROJECT; LIFE SUPPORT SYSTEMS; U.S.S.R. SPACE PROGRAM; FOOD; HYDROPONICS; PLANTS (BOTANY); WATER
|national :: appNotes :: AN-0642|
From the bitsavers.org collection, a scanned-in computer-related document.national :: appNotes :: AN-0642
Keywords: semiconductor; port; vme; nationai; interfacing; national; programming; dsp; interfaced; devices; national semiconductor; life support; vme bus
|national :: appNotes :: AN-0293|
From the bitsavers.org collection, a scanned-in computer-related document.national :: appNotes :: AN-0293
Keywords: output; voltage; semiconductor; circuit; high; current; figure; scanner; frequency; resistor; high voltage; national semiconductor; life support
|Hubble Space Telescope Observations of Oxygen-rich Supernova Remnants in the Magellanic Clouds. III. WFPC2 Imaging of the Young, Crab-like Supernova Remnant SNRO540-69.3 - Morse, Jon A.|
Hubble Space Telescope images with the Wide Field Planetary Camera 2 of the young, oxygen-rich, Crab-like supernova remnant SNR0540-69.3 in the Large Magellanic Cloud (LMC) reveal details of the emission distribution and the relationship between the expanding ejecta and synchrotron nebula. The emission distributions appear very similar to those seen in the Crab nebula, with the ejecta located in a thin envelope surrounding the synchrotron nebula...
Keywords: LIFE SUPPORT SYSTEMS; AUTOMATIC CONTROL; SYSTEMS ENGINEERING; NUMERICAL INTEGRATION; AUTONOMY; MATRICES (MATHEMATICS); COMPUTER PROGRAMS